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2013-06-02 4:44 PM

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Lafayette, CA
Subject: Sports Distance
Good morning:

I love the new BT. I think you guys did a great job. I think the changes were well thought out.

One modification would help me out. Can you add distance to the sports? For example, I would love to see how much I kayak.

Of course distance on yard work may not be as useful!

2013-06-14 8:24 AM
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Raleigh, NC area
Subject: RE: Sports Distance

I wish that time of day and equipment were available for sports as well.  

For example, if you are walking as part of rehab, you might be wearing your running shoes and want to include that distance in your equipment usage.

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